Here is the link to the video we watched in class. Have fun to watch it again and share with your family.
As we are reviewing the numbers, maybe you will be happy to practice with this song that we repeated at the beginning of the school year.
and this fun game : Listen and destroy the ufo!
So far in class we’ve learnt the number up to 60. Trying between 60 and 100 may be a bit too difficult, but you’re welcome to try and find out how you say the numbers between 60 and 100. It’s tricky!
Remember the vocabulary with this video we watched in class
You can also challenge yourself with these games. It will help you to memorize the vocabulary and practice the masculine and feminine wit the adjectives. Quite challenging! But you can learn from it.
You can add a comment if you have any question or if you want to share your feelings about the game. How easy is it?
You want to challenge yourself and practice at home, you can play on this website :
This will help you to remember the vocabulary, learn how to spell the words with no mistakes and practice the masculine and feminine regarding adjectives. It’s quite challenging, but you can learn from it and it’s fun!
You can : read it and listen to it.
Below there is a small exercise for you to see if you understood.
If you click on the EXERCICE, you will find some new sentences to say :
What do you want?
I would like…
How much do you want?
I want + quantity
After the Parent-teacher conferences, some parents asked how they could practice French at home.
I think a great way is to look at the videos and songs that we are watching with the children in class.
1- A video to say hello and what is your name :
2- A video to practice numbers up to 20
3- Now we started to work on the book : Lili la petite grenouille.
-> Ask your child to describe the picture
We learnt 3 ways how to describe the picture :
1- use : Il y a … (there is)
2- Show something and ask the question :
-> Qu’est-ce que c’est? (What is it?) -> C’est …. (This is…)
Don’t forget the aticle : un/une
3- You can ask as well : Ou est…? (Where is ?)
Ou est le robot? Ou est la fille? Ou est l’ordinateur? Ou est le tapis?
-> Sing the song
For this second semester, we are welcoming new students, brand new to French.
To help them catch up, we are watching some videos. Have a look :
-> Can you find three ways t say your name in French?
-> Can you find three ways to say Hi in French?
-> Can you remember what the boy had in his suitcase?
- -> Write your answers in the comment below !
You want to practice and develop your knowledge in French about the bedroom, the house and the furniture?
Go to this website, play and have fun!
Practice your knowledge with this australian website
Activities 1 to 3 are about vocabulary
Activities 4 is about the articles
Activities 5 to 8 are about conversations
We looked at this small video to learn the vocabulary about the house.
This video has been designed for French small children, but it is relevant for us. Exactly the kind of vocabulary we are learning.
Great to practice at home!
Click here for the video